In our last edition we covered Ray Hadaway, member of Buford High School’s first football team. This issue’s article is about another Buford native, Donald Stewart, and his contribution to Buford history as a member of the 1946 Buford High Wolves football team. 17 year old Donald played half back and defensive back that season.… READ MORE
On Feb. 4 the Sugar Hill Chess Club sent 2 teams to the State Team Qualifier at the Cobb Galleria. The K-3 Team took home a Plus-Score trophy. The event was open to all elementary and middle school students in the Metro Atlanta Area and was divided into sections by grade level, including K-1, K-3,… READ MORE
Buford Elementary kinder-gartners learned all about the letter D. To culminate their learning, they celebrated with their DAD’s. They played Dodgeball and ate doughnuts to show how special they are. Some were lucky enough to even have GRANDDADS present for the event.
Fifty projects were on exhibit at the Buford High School Science Fair on Thursday, January 19. The projects on display were those selected by their teachers based on creativity, originality, methodology, and visual display. The projects were scored by the BHS science department. Ten projects received first place awards and have qualified to participate in… READ MORE
By the time this article is published, these Nicaraguan Nationals will be back in Chinandega, Nicaragua with their families, working once again for the non-profit organization Amigos for Christ. Ramon Baca and his coworkers are shown here while visiting in Buford, Georgia, celebrating the organization’s 17th anniversary. On October 1st, Two Buford members of the… READ MORE
“There’s Just Something About the Water” Originally published in The Northeast Georgian, July 10, 2015 What I remember most is the heat on the vinyl seats and my mama’s blondie brownies. My baby sister leaping from that old pontoon right into that cool dark water and my brother catching her, thank the Lord, because she… READ MORE
The Red Phoenix Theatre Company staged a delightful musical version of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. at the Buford Community Center Theatre over the holiday weekend. Many ambitious and talented Atlanta area students filled the stage with brightly colored costumes. The creatively built set displayed multiple versions of the enormous peach which… READ MORE
Within the past year, my sister and I have experienced the loss of both parents. Not just us, it seems that a lot of my friends who have parents around the same age have also suffered loss. Emily, Anita, Barbara, Vickie, Dale, Bobby, Bill, Rafael, Andy and Alex are just a few people that have… READ MORE